Every science presentation is a job interview. Your viewers will remember both you and your science. In this webinar, you will learn how to consider more than just the science when you craft your presentations.
Slide design, professionalism, dress, and articulation are all crucial components to a successful science presentation. Our presenters will guide you through each of these components, providing you with tips and processes to check and recheck your presentations. By the end of the webinar, you will be equipped to create better science presentations that encourage greater audience engagement. Presenters:
Nicole Ward Gauthier, PhDExtension Associate ProfessorDepartment of Plant Pathology University of KentuckyElisha B. Allan-Perkins, PhDAgricultural Post-Doctoral Research Scientist Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station
By the end of this webinar viewers will be able to:
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There are a wide range of career opportunities outside of academia that are available for plant pathologists. These opportunities may appear non-traditional to those who view plant science only through the lens of the academic path, but there is a rich history of successful plant pathologists working for industry, government, and NGOs. In this webinar, you'll learn about these opportunities and how you can position your skillset, resume, and experience to take advantage of them. Presenter: Rachel MelnickNational Program LeaderUSDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Introduce students and early career members to career opportunities outside of academia and the differing skills needed in those jobs.
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We are currently accepting proposals for future webinars. A webinar gives you access to a full range of multimedia tools to enhance your message and connect with your audience. If you have a presentation that you’d like to turn into a webinart, please contact Kimberly Batham by email.
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